As some of you may know I run a class for the Dedicant Program within ADF. As such I figured it might be a good idea to have the information available in text format for those who cannot access the videos on youtube for whatever reason. This is being done as a service to those… Continue reading Dedicant Class As Blog Posts!
My friend over at Bull-headed follower of a Bull God wrote an entry about how they wish paganism showed the little things we all do to show devotion and not just the flowery worded prayers and actions. Well JoyousMadness you are getting your response as a post to my blog. I chose to respond to them… Continue reading A response
When who you are is thoroughly caught up with what you own- with the things you display on your body or in your home- conspicuous consumption becomes central to the cultivation of a self and to structures of social value and distinction. -Gay Hawkins Our society is focused on stuff. A disposable society where buying… Continue reading Conspicuous Consumption
At the end of June a baby starling fell from its nest not too far from my home. My neighbour Laura, a local animal activist found him. Her original thought “aww poor thing” then it was “wait it looks too alive” and gently poked him, he started flailing. She picked him up and brought him… Continue reading Starling named Howard
Vesta and I had had another day planned, to see if I could take more (she read my last trance post and agreed) it just happened to coincide with other trance work I had planned on doing. However I didn’t follow the one rule of trancework: turn off the damn phone! So as I was… Continue reading Into the Rabbit Hole
Rain falls Hydrates the ground feeds the plants quenches thirsts Animals bathe in the drops as they fall in the puddles and streams while the drops they do fall thirsts are quenched plants are fed the ground is hydrated As the rain falls
With the light she does awaken us, Red horses draw her near, From the east she rides into our lives, Darkness hides in fear, Uṣas, the dawn, the bringer of day, You who draw Agni near, Light our lives, our hearts, our minds And turn the darkest nights to day.